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. this morning disturbing new text messages revealed. >>steve: a breakthrough in the terror attacks in benghazi. indifference from the white house. >> benghazi happened a long time ago. >>steve: really? a long time ago. why this may all be part of a coverup strategy. we're going to discuss that. >>brian: police going after the -- p.c. police going after the actual police for the way they're describing suspects saying black or white, boy or girl is no longer crept. do descriptors really discriminate? up next. >>steve: if we had to use a descriptor for today's show it would be? >>alisyn: we have a lot of interesting stuff. >>brian: normally alisyn walks right by us unless she's on the show. this time we can talk to her. >>steve: she's going to talk to us for three hours today. >>alisyn: you're lucky. here is new information. because their friend was on tv accused of bombing the boston marathon, so they tried to cover his tracks. his three buddies of dzhokhar tsarnaev are charged with hiding evidence after the boston attacks. >> we are learning a lot this morning about text messages sent between d
. >>steve: the state department investigating its own report trying to find out who bungled, and if they did bungle the benghazi investigation and why key witnesses were never talked to. what's up with that? >>brian: holy outrage, batman. fate costing one high school track team its victory after a runner thanked god for winning the race. disqualified. "fox & friends" begins right now. >>gretchen: what was that? >>steve: a horse perhaps. >>gretchen: i thought it was somebody squeezing in their body or something. >> that was chris. he didn't have breakfast this morning. >>gretchen: it's kentucky derby. you can tell clayton is young because he's looking at his mini ipad without any bifocals. >>steve: they are next to him. >>gretchen: there they are! hello santa! because the print was literally minuscule. >>clayton: nice to see you guys this morning. >>steve: brian taking the day off to start his three-day weekend early. thank you for joining us. we start with news. >>gretchen: while you were sleeping this happened. an oil tanker exploded forcing people out of their homes in the middle of the ni
at the c.i.a. >>gretchen: brand-new details on what the state department has to say now. >>steve: communication failure. the nation's top spy a long-running feud. feeling a little stressed? maybe you should blame where you live. the top five stressed out states coming in at number one. west virginia followed by rhode island, kentucky, utah and massachusetts. the least stressed state? this one makes sense. hawaii. a top tip: turn off electronic devices. wonder how they gauge that? >>brian: you turn them on and realize how many people are mad at you because you haven't returned their texts. >> let's talk about benghazi. it is back in the headlines. >>steve: there is a blockbuster. john kerry received a letter from darrell issa over the last couple of days. essentially what it says -- i've got a copy of it here. it essentially says the department of state is stonewalling. what some attorneys who are representing at least four people with intelligence who are either on the ground or know exactly what was happening on september 11 of last year when those four brave americans were kil
. what happened to that information? >>steve: good question. great idea to outsource our space program to russia. guess what? now they're letting us have it and we're paying a lot more. wasn't gutting the space program supposed to save money? >>brian: will the real rudy stand up? another rudy running for office and our rudy getting involved. "fox & friends" starts now. >>gretchen: good morning. as we get settled in here for the next three hours, thanks for sharing your time with us today. >>steve: it is may day. may day. >>gretchen: it is. i guess that means we're going to get flowers. one of us at some point; right? >>brian: it could be when we drop flowers. it's the countdown to our summer concert series. >>gretchen: already? >>brian: it started. april 30 it felt like winter. may 1, it's a brand-new day. >>steve: may 1 is traditionally a spring day, a holiday for some, a labor observance for others. however you celebrate it, celebrate it with us by watching the news. >>gretchen: here are headlines. police looking for this man in connection with the kidnapping of jessica heeringa. he
and condoleeza rice and steve have to the committee in the form of world champions and hall of famer and folks that have taken over part of 10 percent of super bowls and we can't thank you enough for taking this on. we hand off our final package. the one thing i want to realize is that this is a community effort. it's not just about san francisco, santa clara, san jose. it's about the entire region coming together. the reason i took on this goal is that we have amazing things had -- happening in our community and we are going to highlight these in the next six weeks and i'm also highlighting things that are not yet great. we have 1.2 million people who are too poor to meet their basic needs. what we are going to do by bringing the greatest game to the region is we are going to make this for the entire good of the community and that is why it's going to be the most impactful super bowl bid and super bowl nfl this nation has ever seen. with that i'm going to turn it over to mayor lee. >> good morning. daniel, thank you again for your wonderful leadership for aheading up our bay area super bowl
other anymore? >>steve: they have had a falling out. it involves a lot of the money. would you say in quest for celebrity friends, you'd never work for sylvester stallone? >>gretchen: i've got to see pictures of you and sly stallone. >>brian: we just have sketches. >>steve: he prefers that. >>gretchen: let's do headlines before you see the mike tyson interview. medical examiners will search the area behind the controversial ground zero mosque looking for human remains after landing gear was found there. the gear was believed to be one of the planes hijacked on september 11. investigators are going to try to determine which of the planes the landing gear belonged to. the area is now declared a crime scene. >> emergency crews are searching for two people after a hot air balloon carrying seven crashed off the cost of peru. they rescued five women in the spafbg ocean but the -- pacific ocean but the pilot and another man still missing. the women were taken to a hospital, conditions unknown. >> police in michigan say a mother who disappeared from her late shift at the gas station was li
relatively at low-cost. i'm very supportive of this. thank you. did i mention steve is doing a great job? >> is there a motion? >> so moved. >> the decision is that we determine that this is the most effective way of filing electronic filing system that meets the needs of the commissioner. that's my motion and i approve that >> i second. >> all in favor? >> i should state that the department of technology cooperates with us and is very helpful. >> now next up agenda is to consider the minutes of the commissions special meeting on april 1st the minutes of that meeting. comments on those amendments? any correction? changes? >> approved. public comment; right? >> i found no errors the record will show that it was too early in the morning. >> he watches the reruns and a motion to approve? >> second. >> all in favor? okay moving right along >> there's two highlights in the director's report. i want to remind everyone that the regular meeting is on memorial day and the building is closed >> that's going to stop us? >> the meeting has been rescheduled for thursday the 30th. i'll
have had a chance to relive the excitement of the super bowl and if i told steve young, i paced five yards in my office all day long and at home to relive this past super bowl. that just reflects the excitement that we have with the super bowl bid. now today, it's my privilege to co-announce with everyone here two people that are additional firepower to our super bowl bid committee. george seefrd and steve young, they really don't need an introduction but i love to talk about them to the 9ers. steve brought us his legacy. during this time, the 49ers earned the best team in the nation and continues with that legend so coach, thank you for bringing your winning record and wonderful great name to help us win another super bowl bid for super bowl 50 or 51 for the bay area. and coach seefrd's partner in 1999 was the famous quarterback steve young who through a record 6 touchdown passes during that game and became the first player to lead in super bowl rushing and passing. thank you for your support and leadership and lending your bid for this bay area support of this effort to bringing it
and that is unfortunate. >> morgan? >> it i 3ep i jobs. >> that is it a lot more. >> and whole on a second, steve, the multiplier from the obama administration hasn't banned out. with government jobs those jobs go away. with private sector jobs, they grow and you create a job and interprize and jobs do grow. >> the oil continue to flow even after the pipe line is completed which is a raw material for our economy . so if the private sector feels they are getting a return on it good for the economy and good for us, let's do it . the fact that venezuela and iran, they will not get the money that is better. >> one last thing, the environmentam impact. these reserves are not going away and the canadians are not ignoring and taking them to the market. who do we trust more on the environment? america or the chinese. we all agree on that. >> rick, i am interested in who you trust more. there is a battle between the epa that said the pipe line costs more . the state department seems to be leading in favor of it. >> it is facinating f. i were going to gamble i would say the state department wins. the bigge
. >> good morning, i am dave clark, steve is right over there, you were concerned about the heat or the wind. >> the heat will be coming in behind that tomorrow and it has been pretty hot and it will be a warm windy week. we still have some 80s and we will hear more on that here is sal. >>> it is a nice looking drive and also this morning, we are looking at the commute in san francisco, northbound 101 on the way to downtown. >> let's go back to the desk. >>> a woman is accused of a poisoning attempt. here to tell us now how a starbucks store was targeted, janine? >> that woman was spiking drinks at a starbucks, the one on santa theresa just opened up and employees helped track down the woman responsibility. >> reporter: police say a customer noticed a woman walk into the starbucks and remove two bottles in a bag and replace them in a case of items. then the woman left the store and the employee noticed a toxic smell. they noticed rubbing alcohol was inside and they had recorded the woman's license plate down and they tracked her to a home four miles away, they arrested 50-year-old woman. pol
. are they right or wrong. >> i am dave asbin. welcome to forbes on fox. we'll go with steve, and rick and rich and john and sabrina and mike. mike, is this a good law? >> david, i am not familiar with the precise details of the law. one thing we have a sentence to work. work, the states that give the shortest dureration and lower unemployment rates to the state that is give unemployment . i am for the plan. >> steve, should workers fired for sleeping on the job receive unemployment benefits. >> the law is trying to do and it is it a nice concept and it is going to be tough to work . latch on to this. >> and this is rheums and conditions. the trial lawyer saying you should have done this and that . nice concept. it is extremely difficult to execute. >> sabrina a good law or bad one. >> i love it and those who manage would the organization and i know what a drain it can be. >> i am in favor of inviting them to will the work. i am not sure it is much to change employee conduct. >> rich, if i am a boss and someone is litserally sleeping on want job . if fire the person for doing that. do they dese
steve cohen and as a safe -- sac capitol would be indicted. a lot of people believed, the government as well, that july is when the statute of limitation on most of tho suspicious trades in this. that means they need more time to assess whether steve cohen will be indicted, as sac agree to move its august, so we will know. this is why this summer is so important. melissa: of big deal, and to give our viewers the back story, the head of sac capitol. melissa: one of the biggest hedge funds. speculation has been swirling about an investigation into insider trading. >> reporter: that speculation is whether he will be indicted. the suspicious trades in question are from 2008. a 5-year statute of limitations. the statute of limitations runs out in july. it. melissa: to other major players already. >> michael steinberg, a former portfolio manager has been indicted. here's the thing. at investors are saying, like blackstone, a big private equity farm, they're saying, listen, you had the redemption date in may. we can make about mines. we don't know what will happen until july. and what t
and if you are driving on 280 northbound, it is testify to a good start there. >>> 4:36 let's go to steve. >>> thank you sir, we have a weak system coming in weak as in clouds and it will really crank up the wind, we have a wind advisory which starts at 6:00 p.m. tonight and goes until the strongest cities should stay in the east and west bay. it will also mean record highs coming in why can't from now it is what is carving itself out and that will you i have us a lot of winds. i have seen patchy fog on the coast and a little reported by half-moon bay and the wind is not coming out and we have a little bit of that fog which is patchy and we don't have any chance and it doesn't last very long. somebody is on the cool side and it is also really warm down south. now it will still be warm, we will have a few patches of cook 60s and 07z and 80s and we crank it up, -- crank it up, possible record highs and much cooler sunday and monday. >>> they face the den fur nuggets in me five. golden state could advance for the victory tonight. it comes after a thrilling victory in game four sunday night.
stations are in alert. steve paulson is in the weather center. first, let's go to claudine wong in knights valley, where firefighters are trying to get control of three fires. claudine? >> reporter: they are all in this direct area from where we're standing. you can see fire burning right now. we're along the fireline, just over the ridge. they are trying to create a fireline with bulldozers and rocky and goes down into a drainage area. they are trying to get in front of it. i want to take you live now to the assistant fire chief of sonoma county. do you have any idea how things are going? certainly, it's been a long morning for you guys. >> fires are pretty much in a containment mode now. the first two fires are the one that you -- the one you are at right now is the largest. it has isolated pockets that we're having trouble getting to. >> reporter: behind us, we can see the smoke coming from there. that's the second one. tell me about that one. >> that one -- we had two fires. one that involved a structure and this fire that you are looking at right now, it just started for no apparent r
. >> good morning, thank you for waking up with us, steve paulson said it is warm and we have a few days of warm weather? >> yes, it could get windy into tomorrow night and that definitely needs to be watched, we are starting off with some 60s and we could end up with 90s. here is sal. >>> good morning. if you are driving on the freeways traffic is moving along well on 880 westbound and traffic is like at the toll plaza, let's go back to the desk. >>> the search continues for the killer of an 8-year-old girl. she was stabbed to death inside her home on saturday. the girl's 12-year-old brother told investigators he saw a white or latino man with gray hair running from his house. he said when he went to check on his sister, she had been stabbed. people are being told to keep their doors and windows locked and police will be at bus stops and security will be surrounding schools. >> deputies say they are processing fingerprints and dna evidence right now and right now more than 100 officers are working on that case. alex savage will have a live report coming up at 5:30. >> burlingame police
morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather, traffic. a lot to talk about. steve is ready to help you get out the door the right way. >> probably not as hot as yesterday but it's still warm. we don't have that real rip roaring sea breeze yet. there is subtle signs on the coast. it's not all offshore like yesterday. it will still be warm to hot inland. i think a little cooling take place near the coast. 60s to low 90s. >>> steve, highway 24 earlier we had a fatal collision. right here where central lafayette where i put the indicator. and the freeway was closed for three hours. ktvu tara moriarty is now close to the accident scene. and she tells us what happened. tara. >> reporter: sal, the damage to that car was probably the worst i've ever seen. the engine was completely separate from the car. the fire department had to sheer the top of the car off in order to get that victim out. but it was too late. he died add the -- at the scene. this is highway 24 through lafayette traffic is running smoothly again. the accident happening at 1:30 this morning near happy valley road. that is right af
cook. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather, traffic. steve is right here. he knows all about your forecast for friday. >> we are working on it. no fog yet. we have clear skies. the wind is turning a little bit westerly. today cooler coast and bay. still above average temps. a big change on the weekend. >>> steve, highway 24 looks good between walnut creek and oakland. the traffic is moving along pretty nicely as you drive up to the caldecott tunnel. it happened around 1:30 this morning. investigators say a 20-year-old brentwood woman was going the wrong way once she slammed into two other cars. one man in his 50s was killed. another person was hurt. the suspected wrongway driver suffered minor injuries. chp believes she was drunk at the time of the crash. let's go back to the desk. >>> developing news. search continues for a missing teenager in danville. claudine wong is on the story. you know about this teenager and why there is concerns for her. >> reporter: that is right. we are at the command post what has been set up as the command post all night long. i want to sh
continue with bettany mcclean and brian borough who write about hedge fund king steve co-then "vanity fair" magazine. >> you could argue steve cohen has already been destroyed. even if the government forever brings charges he'll be forever smeared by these allegations and even if they do bring charges, hedge fund guys would tell you they traffic in the gray areas all the time. that's the definition of the job. so when does the gray cross into the black. what makes everyday behavior become illegal? those questions are interesting. >> rose: we conclude with andre gregory and cindy klein >> that's a good question. i don't know if i have a philosophy about anything but i do believe that once trust an actor -- i fall in love with a actor, i don't audition them. and once i trust them i feel they know where to go. i read a wonderful article about mohammed ali. and he was with he was in the ring his trainer would say "i live them a left, i give name right." he never said ali was doing it, it was me. so i'm in there with the actors, in their bodies, in their souls. but i don't believe in telling th
for tolerance. we're about to debate this with media expert, brent boezle and steve pearl stein. howard dean with me. we're going to be talking about free market capitalism, which as he well knows is still the best path to prosperity. i'm kudlow. we'll be right back. [ lorenzo ] i'm lorenzo. i work for 47 different companies. well, technically i work for one. that company, the united states postal service® works for thousands of home businesses. because at usps.com® you can pay, print and have your packages picked up for free. i can even drop off free boxes. i wear a lot of hats. well, technically i wear one. the u.s. postal service®, no business too small. >>> we know about the koch brothers eyeing to scoop up eight newspapers observed owned by the "tribune" company but this has liberals up in arms. steve pearlstein of the "washington post" "how the lcht a. times can stop the koches" and brent bozell. steve pearlstein, i was shocked to read your column. you're always so calm and rational and persuasive. and as i understand it, what you're saying is, the reporters in the newsroom should g
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, i love what you said, parking being taken away. and steve, you're right. i had the same issues when i was working with mumsy (sounds like) and we did not have a choice or say, and when we did find out about the project , they had already started instead of taking away parking from market street, which is a problem today. this is one thing that i want to address, the city will tell you, we are not building any more parking. period. we have to change that attitude. san francisco not only is an international this mission, but a regional destination. in some neighborhoods there is no parking anymore i cannot tell you how many times i hear people say we are not coming to castro or potrero anymore, there is no parking. we are all losing business. in each of you coming today and telling the story, what is being done on polk street, is a wake-up call and steve i can't thank you enough. we need somebody from small businesses and the neighborhoods in the mta talking about this. i'm a bicyclist myself. and yes, we do need safer bike lanes, but we also need parking because it is starting t
through san jose, downtown traffic is moving well. let's go to steve. >>> we have clear skies out there, a few high clouds, we didn't really do much, there is a big difference in the temperatures, east bay is very warm, parts of the peninsular are very nice. we don't have an offshore breeze but it is nice. very warm to 60s, low 60s and 61 degrees in san jose, and it is cooler on the coast because we are fog free. it will still be warm to hot tomorrow. and it looks like more winds coming tuesday night into wednesday and temperatures are starting to ramp up. even though it is clear, temperatures 60s to 90s and again, summertime pattern here in april, if you are well inland and if you are by the coast, it is mild to warm depending on your definition. then it looks very warm for everybody on wednesday i should say. thursday maybe some fog coming back last week when santa cruz plunged into it and it does look quiet as we head into the weekend. >> hundreds of thousands will feel the first affects of forced federal spending cuts. the state department said 400,000 out of work californians will
are burning up north and we have team coverage this morning. our meteorologist steve paulson is monitoring the wind gusts and claudine wong is right in the middle of the action in sonoma county and we can see the smoke and the wind and we understand the win and spoke is not the only problem. are you okay? >> no. i am not. >> reporter: my eyes are burning and fire continues to burn along the fire line and i will give you an idea of where we are, this is knight's valley and crews are headed down there because there is so much fire we can't see all through this area and they are trying to get in front of this area and it has picked up in the last few minutes. this fire is one of several that are burning and we came from napa, high winds are fueling a fire over there. this is one of several you are looking at just off highway 128, a lot of smoke and fire has picked up. it started from power lines which delayed the process of getting in and getting around it and the problem at this point is winds are high and as we took a walk up the road we saw much more fire up there and we know resources are
. no final decision has been made yet. >>> well, after retiring from the major leagues, steve lombard dozey sr. -- how did i do? >> good. >> didn't consider coaching pro ball. >> so he and his wife moved to columbia, maryland, to be close to relatives, but he never left the game. dan hellie is here with his game. >> that's usually me that's sounding it out. >> it's like i'm in reading 101. >> he has been instructing young baseball players since he retired. did a pretty good job with his son. steve jr. is the nationals second baseman. during the off-season junior sometimes stopped by senior's new job where he's the head baseball coach. carol maloney has more on them. >> oh, look at that, how did that happen? >> reporter: steve laombardozi has been working since he retired. steve jr. making a name for himself as the nationals second basemen. >> what are the odds that he makes it to the big leagues and then out of 30 teams for him to be drafted by the nationals. i've got to see him play, it's not just the big leagues but all the minor league teams are close. so i've got to see him play 50-plus
easy money policies. our senior economics reporter steve liesman explains. steve? >> bill, you know, the main thrust of fed policy has for many years been the high rate of unemployment and the effort to bring it down. now we could hear new calls for action or at least keep doing the action the fed is doing. because the fed continues to miss and miss in greater amounts on its 2% inflation target. this morning the government said the fed's preferred inflation indicator, the so-called pce index, fell below 1% year over year to its lowest level since october 2009. the measure's fallen steadily in the past year from a high of 2.87 in september to just 0.97 now. the fed has a 2% inflation target but it said it would tolerate inflation as high as 2.5%. they're missing on that score. the fed has done a better job on its goal of bringing down the unemployment rate, now 7.6%, expected to remain unchanged when the government reports april jobs numbers on friday. of course, it's come down in part because people are dropping out of the workforce. you're looking there at the labor participation r
of the hot weather? up next, meteorologist steve paulson will tell us about a dramatic change coming our way this weekend. >> problems for lindsey lohan, where the actress is reportedly staying right now after leaving a rehab center shortly after she arrived yesterday. >> good morning. traffic on highway 4 getting a little slow. we will tell you more about the morning commute and the bay area weather. star command, i'm detecting high levels of happiness. luscious locks there's an entire land here...with living cars. now this is flying... with style. great glittering galaxies. disneyland resort just got happier, see it all with a 3-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... >> it is 7:23. actress lindsey lohan rehab troubles appear to have leveled off. tmz reports that she has checked into the betty ford center. she walked out of a different rehab center yesterday to start her 90-day rehab stint. that center was apparently not licensed for rehab. late last night, she went back to betty ford, the same place she fought with a staffer in 2010. >> the time is 7:23. acc
are driving let's say from vallejo to richmond, you will need extra time. 7:08. let's go to steve. >> sal? >> yes. >> i saw my first rattlesnake of the season on friday. >> you were hiking? >> yes, sir. one was a little guy. one was a big guy. if you are hiking, be careful. they are out along with other snakes. some of the higher elevation, mount tam, mt. diablo, you name it. they are out. just looking at mt. diablo, it's 61. they have a 49-mile-an-hour wind out of the north. at the surface things are very quiet. at the surface, things are seeing a northwest north breeze. much warmer by midweek and also windy. higher fire danger. well above average temperatures. at the end of april, there's some areas that are 15 degrees above average. this is four months in a row of high pressure. it's getting -- i'm getting a little tired of it. that's what we have. clear skies. no fog unless you are down by san luis obispo. high pressure sending everything to the north. we'll get a few high clouds out of that as that drags across. but then the wind picks up. it will increase much more so as we head to
with his son, steve mcneil. i'm guessing they never talked about what they would not do to make money, because what they decided to do as a father and son team in a small town in pennsylvania was start a company to make guns and sell guns for children. now, you've got to wonder how that conversation went. hey, tad, i've got an idea. or was it, son, i've been thinking. not enough 5-year-olds have guns. now, what at least one of the mcneils should have have said in that formative conversation is, "hell, no, i would do porn for money before i would make guns for children." you would think one of the mcneils would have had the good sense to say, if we make guns for little kids, someone is going to get killed. well, if one of them said that, the other one must have said "yeah, but we can get rich" and getting rich mattered more to the mcneils than someone getting killed. so they started working on names for their guns for children. the big-sellers are "the cricket" and "the chipmunk." here's a cricket. in pink. that one is obviously aimed at the barbie crowd. little boys tend to prefer the
an accident and in berkeley, it is held up here and in oakland it looks good as well, let's go to steve. >>> clear skies, i just heard from cassie jean, 45 degrees and i know half-moon bay is 48 even towards watsonville. 58 in hayward, 58 in moffett, which is the other side of mountain view. 51 in santa rosa not much of a breeze, mild to warm to hot, if you think anything over 75 is hot, believe i know you -- believe me, i know you are out there. winds are cranking up monday and tuesday and it means a warmer pattern is on the way after the system goes through. we have to keep an eye on the fire danger and it will be terribly dry. warmer weather is on the way and we have some record highs and they will take that trend home. cool morning, especially by the coast, warm to hot inland but close, 60s and 70s coast and bay and mid-80s to a few 80s and 90s away from the coast, a good 15 to 16 degrees but it holds off on the weekend. >>> the man who created twitter said he wants to do for fast food what they did for commune cakes, make it system better. they simpler. he wants to help restaurants
's go to steve. >>> some locations in fact the majority tie high. there are some cold lows and cold highs and we will focus on the east bay hills. red flag and warm to hot, temperatures are going under a there is still some fog to deal with on the santa cruz coastline. that red flag warning is out and mt. diablo is at 74 and i was look generally around 20 to 25 and a few locations are generally above 50s. there is really -- except for the santa. temperatures are on their way up. incredible lows 30s and 40s and santa rosa 68, 66 fairfield, livermore 68, 50s and 60s and some temperatures are on the cool side and there is some of that fog and it continues to work its way up the santa cruz coast. i doubt it will last long. almost 41 degrees and except for the fog on the santa cruz coast, it is well above average temperatures and if you get one of those chance untiles it will be much cooler sunday and monday. >>> there is a show of support foreground breaking athlete, here is how they were responding to his bold decision to come out. >> i felt like after crawling through a field of bashe
traffic. 5:17 let's check in with steve. >>> the skies are clear, there is still a northerly breeze and easterly breeze and the win has -- wind has tailed off. now temperatures will warm up and it is a tough little forecast. today there -- it will be warmer and the wind barbs a sea breeze kicked in. 41, these are big drops on the temperatures and still fairfield and north wind and some of that north wind and napa reporting southeast so there is a little component of east, northeast and there is still a little bit in place to give us a warmup. i tell you they would warm up in parts of minnesota and wes cons son but -- wisconsin and now thunderstorms are in miami and it is freezing and snowing but the beat goes on, but not for us, it looks like 80s to 90s and right around 90 looks to be a cut off for many of these. it will be a problem for gilroy as well, 70s and 80s closer to the dose coast and bay and we have a cool down with possibly rain next week. >>> all the usual peanut markets are heading -- european markets are heading lower and they say they are cutting interest rates in eur
miller with new developments. and steve hartman on the road at the prom. >> i glanced over to adam and he was standing up, and i seen a disappointed look on his face. he was really sad. >> pelley: what happened next stunned everyone in the room. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: and this is a special western edition. good evening. one witness to the confidential wildfires today said simply, "we're having a devil of a time." this is one of six major brushfires now being attacked by more than 3,000 firefighters. flames have towered 50 feet into the air, and fire lines are advancing on neighborhoods. more than 1,000 homes were evacuated today. carter evans is at maggie laguerre-wilkinsomaggiepoint mae engulfed in flames. now the landscape is barren. scorched by flames, and fires that normally do not hit southern california until summer. erratic winds continue to challenge firefighters trying to contain this fast-moving fire. it's already burned more than 16 square miles. more than a dozen homes have been damaged. the brush here is so dry
on the right-hand side of your screen really sluggish as you drive north toward highway 17. here's steve. >> thank you very much. just some really interesting lows. wind directions right now . light house is 71 degrees. northeast wind is 17 miles per hour. that's just amazing. and point motera, foggy . 44-45. northeast wind has kicked in and many reports of people smelling smoke along the coast, over in the oakland hills. coming down from the napa fires. a little north breeze. the breeze seems to have died down for some but picking up for others. today will be the warmest day. sinking air high pressure and component of north or easterly breeze. fog is well-off the coast. played into the morning forecast and disappeared. 70s, 80s and 80s to 90s. heat advisory is out. some are 20 degrees cooler. but impossible record breaking highs. it will still be well above average this time of year. san francisco is a tricky forecast going 80 almost 85. looked at ocean beach and san francisco state and there's a northeast breeze. everybody in the city will be on the warm category. that's just a given.
's" steve moore is here on that. >> again, a very good afternoon, everybody. get you updated on the marks. nice rally underway. like every 15 minutes, to the floor of the new york stock exchange. what are the drivers, nicole? >> just about everything. a weaker dollar, gains across the board, names in utilities and financials and consumer names, lori and myless is a, whether it's multiyear highs or all-time highs, plenty of up arrows, momentum doing well despite the fact of the mixed economic news like consumer spending. i wanted to look here, there is major averages for you, the tech heavy nasdaq, best of the bunch up a full percentage point, and there's a look at boeing, dow component, boeing, the ethiopia airlines, as planned, got the 787 dreamliner back to commercial service over the weekend. this is a very big deal, to nairobi and kenya and that was successful. big news for boeing as well, but big picture, continue to have momentum and will be watching to see whether or not we break out with new closing highs, back to you. lori: wouldn't that be nice. thank you so much. melissa: black
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. >> a lot of people are depending on steve paulson. >> my daughter wants to know can i wear skirts is it going to be hot. >> they wear jeans and uggs when it is 80 degrees. >> i believe you pam, but if you are in high school, shorts every day of the year. we have a system coming by and it is right there, it is not going to cool us down, that is when the wind advisory and the red flag warning will start in about 5 or 6 minutes. >>> as you come up to the caldecott, i want to mention, west 80, the big-rig has been there almost an hour blocking two lanes of the freeway and the traffic coming in from panola to el cerrito is backing way up as you head west so please give yourself some extra time as you are driving this way and traffic will be very slow on the east shore freeway. another update coming up, let's go back to the desk. >>> a customer is accused of trying to poison customers at a starbucks. janine de la vega found out what she was doing differently when she found out what was happening, janine? >> reporter: you cannot buy bottled orange juice and they have removed all bottled
american veterans. the plan and ceo of u.p.s. next on "power lunch," and steve leaseman on the cnbc fed survey, our slice of the market, steve. >> i'm sorry to pour cold water on the eabu yen markets, but our experts say the best gains could be behind us. you want to listen, when we come back. >>> the nation's top ceos are at the white house to talk about jobs for our vet rarns returning from war. john harwood is at the white house with the ceo. ups. >> i'm here with scott davis of u.p.s. scott, let me ask you, the first lady said today that the corporate executives who are participating in this effort have exceeded the targets that she had set. u.p.s. has agreed to hire 25,000 veterans. tell me how difficult that is, why 25,000, and how this effort is going. >> i think the effort is going great. it's a worthy cause, the joining forces program is something that u.p.s. got behind from the get-go. veterans have spilled their guts for us, for this wonderful country, come back and can't find a job, there's something wrong with that. they come back with great leadership skills and great work
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